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14 December, 2018 00:00 00 AM
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Caribbeans look to adjust with ‘typical’ Bangladesh wicket

Sports Reporter, Sylhet

After triumphing the series-levelling match in Dhaka, West Indies set their sights on winning the ODI series what they haven’t done for quite sometime as its stand-in captain Rovman Powell said that they have a good chance dangling before them and sought to do it tomorrow.

Rovman also said that they all are upbeat and very much confident of making it in the next crucial and series-deciding match of the three-match ODI series in mind against Bangladesh in Sylhet.

“It’s on the tip of everyone’s tongue. West Indies haven’t won an ODI series for quite sometime. This is a grand opportunity to change it,” said Rovman Powell.

“The guys are upbeat and confident of doing it tomorrow,” Rovman told media at his pre-match day press conference at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium yesterday.

The 25-year-old Rovman said that they are yet to bat well as a team what they want to make sure it in tomorrow’s match beside their bowling and fielding.

“On all three aspects of the game, we have to work,” Jamaican lad said.

“One game doesn’t change the fact that we’re still not batting well as a team. We still need to work on our bowling and fielding,” he viewed. Rovman, who placed in lieu of Jason Holder, who sidelined with serious injury during the last India tour, said that they could not adjust themselves with the typically Bangladeshi wickets that are slow and low where their batsmen struggled every time to make runs on the board on whether it is longer version or shorter version of crickets.

“It seems a like a typically Bangladeshi wicket – low and slow. So hopefully our team can adjust and get the win for West Indies,” the right-handed all-rounder said.

“It’s a fact: Bangladeshi don’t like fast bowling. We’re definitely looking to exploit it. Hopefully tomorrow we can do that,” he maintained. “It has been a pattern, but not just for them, for the batting unit. They are getting starts but not carrying on. It is definitely we want to improve as a team. When you get going, just carry on and win games for West Indies.

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